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Demographics, Empowerment and Job Performance

OPUS: HR Journal

Volume 11 Issue 1

Published: 2020
Author(s) Name: Sankar, R. | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Assistant, Dept. of Commerce, Pondicherry University Community College, Puducherry.
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Abstract

Employee empowerment and the work performance are induced by certain constructs such as job related workplace cultures, place of work relationships, and workers’ observations over employment and opinions regarding organization. Main object of the study is to identify the affiliation amid study constructs and the organizational constructs mentioned above. Age, gender, professional description, experience (in years), matrimonial position, number of dependents, number of children and annual income (in lakhs) were individual specific features taken up in the present study. Data has been collected from over 225 banking & hospitality workers in Puducherry. To achieve the main goal of the study, one-way ANOVA is used. Study found the workers aged above 50 years with more than 4 dependents and earning lesser income of below Rs.4 lakhs per annum with no children and those with less than 10 years of experience are having lesser empowerment and work performance. Suggestions such as proper counselling, grievance redressel by the organization and rise in monetary benefits are provided for enhancing empowerment and professional performance of the workers.

Keywords: Employee Empowerment, Work Performance, Demographics, Banking Workers, Hospitality Workers

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